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I have a abit v17 mobo want to get max ram (2gb) bought kingston value ram from kingston rep said it would work. also have corsair matched memory also was told by rep that it would work. I plug them in and the system keeps rebooting.

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Your motherboard supports DDR SDRam I assume the ram sticks you bought fit in the socket correctly and are the right way round?
Try the computer with each ram stick seperately. Just because ram is new doesnt mean its not defective.
What configurations do you have?
Are you using two corsair sticks or two kingston or a mix of both and what models are they?

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